A spectacular A-Class hatchback took the jury by surprise when it beat all the other cars to the bride’s bouquet by winning Car Of The Year in South Africa in 2019.
The A-Class Sedan makes a worthy twin to its dynamic hatch sibling with short overhangs, whilst staying at the top regarding rear headroom space. State-of-the-art driving assistance systems is inherited from the flagship S-Class range and the latest MBUX – Mercedes-Benz User Experience multimedia system, indulges new owners with a new era for Mercedes me connectivity.
Having the lowest aerodynamic drag of all production vehicles in the world with a Cd value of 0,22 and a frontal area of 2,19m², means the A-Class is leading the alpha pack. Not Romeo, Juliet.
Since 1997, more than six million compact car models have been delivered worldwide. The seventh model in this range offers superior shoulder, elbow and headroom with easy rear access and a wide opening boot.
Tradition and modernity are blended in future car design where edges and creases in the sheet metal are reduced to welcome back those lovely curves that we all so adored in the collectable classics!
Spaciousness is emphasised by the horizontal flow of the dashboard, while the media display floats freely above, and the ambient lighting enhances this effect. Technology can be accessed via Touchpad, Touchscreen, Touch Control buttons on the steering wheel or through Voice Control with the keyword “Hey Mercedes”. Artificial intelligence learns about your driving habits and preferences which ensures a growing bond between you and your chariot.
Cutting edge driving assistance systems gives the highest level of active safety in this segment with functions inherited from the S-Class. Semi-autonomous driving observes traffic conditions up to 500 metres ahead and uses map and navigation data.